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had a deep respect for the hispanic community ever since they voted barack obama into a second term. for conservatives, it was a sobering moment. or at least it would be, if i could stop drinking. [ laughter ] again, thank you, captain morgan. but the gop lost the hispanic vote by 44 points. 71% to 27%. 11 million hispanics voted for obama. to put that in perspective, if you laid them all end to end, and stacked them ten high, you'd have a pretty good start on a border wall. [ laughter ] i don't get it: i thought hispanics came here to do the jobs americans don't want to do, like voting for this guy. ( laughter ). what is his name? it's going to come to me. hold on, i'll remember his name. its going to come to me. [ laughter ] chip ranchero? where did we go wrong?! the gop and hispanics are made for each other. >> when you look at the hispanic vote, in so many ways, it seems it should be natural for some of them to vote gop. >> hispanics are not inherently liberal. hispanics, you know, they're tight family. they have-- you know, they're religious catholic, they're socially-conservat
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